Indo-Caribbean


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Indo-Caribbean

n, adj
another word for East Indian
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No Pain Like This Body, No Body Like This Pain' was based on the book by Indo-Caribbean emigre Harold Sonny Ladoo, whose patois or pidgin English fascinated her.
I am a proud Indo-Caribbean girl who doesn't know how to shrink and crumble in shame of something you or your society cannot handle.
story in Jahaji: An Anthology of indo-Caribbean Short Stories.
In this fine book, ethnomusicologist Peter Manuel offers rich documentation and analysis of tassa drumming from the Indo-Caribbean.
Although it is clear that the Francophone Indo-Caribbean identity is not physically rooted in India, East Indian cultural elements are nonetheless prevalent in places like Guadeloupe.
Indo-Caribbean feminist scholarship has been particularly effective in detailing and describing the differing experiences of Indian descent women with regard to motherhood, family, sexuality, and femininity (see Hosein and Outar, 2012; Mohammed, 2012; Pragg, 2012).
The culmination of fifteen-plus years of ethnographic fieldwork in the Caribbean, India, and the Indo-Caribbean diaspora, Peter Manuel's Tales, Tunes, and Tassa Drums is an ambitious study of diaspora dynamics with significant implications for contemporary understandings of IndoCaribbean identity and musical traditions, national identity in Trinidad, Guyana, Suriname, and Fiji, and the concept of diaspora itself.
To conclude, these interesting proceedings account for the hybridization that has inevitably transformed and formed the identity of the diasporic Indo-Caribbean communities.
Some spaces of affirmation were opened through the partition of Bengal, others travelled via cultural texts with indentured servants to Trinidad and Tobago, while others reposition subject positions of Indo-Caribbean women.
For example, chapter 1 offers an intriguing analysis of the symbolic significance behind Glissant's choice of the Indo-Caribbean dish masala to ground his theories of Caribbean culture.
A smaller number of Indo-Caribbean nationals also migrated to the USVI bringing with them their culinary skills, which they subsequently used to set up Indian restaurants.
The final night, November 24 will be headlined by Trinidadian music ambassador SW Storm who brings an Indo-Caribbean flavour to the stage.
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